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Tony Brar

Tony Brar

Reporter & Digital Content Producer

Born and raised in Edmonton, Tony is the youngest child of two parents that have called Canada home since 1981. One of his father's first loves when he moved to Alberta's capital was the Edmonton Oilers. Now, Tony is thrilled to be a part of a great team here at Oilers TV.

Since he was a child, he has always been fascinated with the idea of being in front of the camera. In elementary school, he would rush home to watch daily weather forecasts before playing street hockey for the rest of the night. While his childhood dream was to become a meteorologist, he grew a tremendous fascination for sports growing up.

Tony completed the Television Program at NAIT. During that time, Tony worked four jobs in the industry, including being a Television Production Assistant for Edmonton Oilers broadcasts. He was also the Colour Commentator and Reporter for the NAIT Ooks Men's and Women's Hockey teams.

Tony also plays ball hockey at the world level, competing in the World Ball Hockey Championships, which is held every two years. In his spare time (aside from playing and watching hockey), Tony enjoys spending time with his loved ones, golfing excessively and re-watching The Longest Yard. Over and over again.

Jessica Kent

Reporter & Content Coordinator

Born and raised in Edmonton, Jessica has a passion for her city and is thrilled to be working in the heart of Edmonton's biggest project - ICE District.

For the past three seasons, Jessica has kept you in the loop on everything you needed to know about Rogers Place and the Oilers involvement in the community and while she will continue to do just that, she will now also keep fans informed with everything happening on the ice with your Edmonton Oilers. 

After graduating from Journalism at MacEwan University and the Radio & Television program at NAIT, Jessica moved to Saskatoon to pursue her career in media at Global News as a reporter and anchor. Three years later, she moved back to Edmonton to report for Global locally before she was hired on with the Oilers.

When Jessica isn't working, you can find her in Tap classes, or out shopping for home décor.